Mexico's peso briefly weakened after Cenbank cuts interest rate
MEXICO CITY, March 8
MEXICO CITY, March 8 (Reuters) - Mexico's peso weakened to trade at 12.79 per dollar a minute after the Central Bank announced it cut the benchmark interest rate to a new record low of 4 percent, its first cut in nearly 4 years.
The peso then recovered to trade at 12.6671 per dollar.
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